Yes coaching from a good center and experienced coach will definitely help.
When it comes to improving our skills, most of us believe that nothing beats practice, no matter how much money we spend on lessons. While this may be true, it is still important to take tennis lessons occasionally. It’s recommended that a professional look into your form and technique objectively, so that your mistakes are corrected early on. When you practice constantly but lack the fundamentals, it’s easy to repeat old actions that could affect your performance negatively, or worse, cause injury. This is why I suggest taking a few lessons to learn the basics before you go play matches.
Not everyone has the money to spend on private lessons, but you can still learn from the pros without spending a fortune. For instance, you can participate in group lessons to lower the cost, or join a club to learn from other more experienced players who may be willing to give you some quick pointers about your form and technique. There are also tennis resources online like TR Central where you can pick advice and tutorials from professionals, so you’ll have some basic knowledge before going on real matches.